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6 things your phone has replaced

10th Dec 18

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Remember packing for a holiday a few years ago? Along with your clothes and essentials, you had to pack a bunch of hefty gadgets to get you where you were going and capture memories while you were there. For travel, and for life, these days you just need to grab your phone and go. Let’s look at a few things your cellphone has made happily obsolete!

Cameras

People still buy digital cameras – and in fact, big SLR (single-lens reflex) cameras have had something of a revival in recent years – but when’s the last time you saw someone with a little point and shoot? Smartphones are perfectly pocket-sized and have more features than ever.

The latest cellphone cameras blow many digital cameras out of the water. The new Huawei Mate Pro, for example, has a trio of main cameras that promise better focus, cleverer lighting and more settings. Even the pros are becoming phone camera converts!

Books and magazines

But you don’t have to travel far to fall in love with e-books and online mags. The variety, the convenience, and the instant access are more than enough factors to convince most people to click and read. There’s still something about a hard copy book – the smell of the paper, the heft of the cover – and of course, the advantage that you can lend it to all your friends and family when you’re done with it.

Alarm clocks

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